Billie JD Porter unlocks the secrets surrounding one of Argentina's biggest passions - sex - as she explores the tug of war between traditional values and modern freedoms. Billie JD Porter travels to Argentina to unlock the secrets surrounding one of the country's biggest passions - sex. Arriving in Buenos Aires only days before the Dia de la Primavera festival, which celebrates the first day of spring, she finds signs of sex everywhere from the music to the partying, and the steady stream of customers visiting Telos or love hotels. But she discovers that Argentina is a country full of contradictions, where sexual freedoms run up against the power of the Catholic Church, which frowns on homosexuality and supports the government's criminalisation of abortion, and where years of dictatorship have left their mark. As the spring break approaches, Billie explores the tug of war between traditional values and modern freedoms, immersing herself in the stories of young people as they seize every opportunity to enjoy themselves and have fun. The film is the second in Billie's three-part journey across South America, unlocking the secrets and obsessions of the continent.
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Biologists thought there were no jaguars left in the park, but the print led them to find a lone male prowling the bush. Now, the jaguar, whom scientists have named Qaramta, has found a mate after scientists carefully set him up on a blind date with a captive female. Qaramta visited her regularly and the two hit it off, purring like cats and nuzzling each other through the bars. Eventually, they decided to open her corral and let him inside. Jaguars can copulate times a day, according to Di Martino.
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This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only. Former Paris Saint-Germain and Napoli forward Ezequiel Lavezzi has made a complaint he is being blackmailed over sex videos, Argentine judicial sources said. Lawyers representing Lavezzi, who also played for Chinese side Hebei Fortune and San Lorenzo in his homeland, made the complaint to cybercrime prosecutors.
Donna J. Guy looks at many aspects of the debate that followed an escalating demand for prostitutes by Argentines and European immigrants. She discusses the widespread fear of white slavery, the merits of medically supervised municipal houses of prostitution, the rights of local governments to restrict the civil liberties of citizens and foreigners, the censorship of literature and music dealing with the plight of prostitutes, and the potential criminality of unsupervised working women who might abandon their families. Guy also describes attempts to deal with female prostitution: rehabilitation, modifications of municipal bordello laws, and medical programs to prevent the spread of venereal disease. She makes clear that the treatment of "marginal" women by liberal politicians and doctors helped promoted policies of repression and censorship that would later be extended to other unacceptable social groups.